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  • CIA's harsh interrogation tactics more widespread than thought, Senate investigators found

    WASHINGTON The CIA's use of harsh interrogation techniques on foreign terror suspects a practice that has provoked international condemnation was more widespread than the agency has publicly acknowledged, Senate investigators have learned. Moreover,...
  • Palestinian Authority leader takes step to press issue of statehood

    RAMALLAH, West Bank — Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas announced plans Tuesday to press the issue of Palestinian statehood by applying for membership in 15 international agencies, despite strong Israeli opposition. The move apparently...
  • U.S. won't send radar data to Honduras in dispute over law to shoot down drug aircraft

    MEXICO CITY The U.S. government has ceased providing Honduras with radar tracking information out of concern that a new policy allowing its forces to shoot down aircraft suspected of hauling narcotics does not have enough safeguards to prevent error. A...
  • La CIA engañó sobre su programa de interrogatorios, según el Washington Post

    (Reuters) - La Agencia Central de Inteligencia (CIA) engañó al Gobierno estadounidense y a la opinión pública durante años sobre aspectos de su programa brutal de interrogatorios, ocultando detalles sobre el duro tratamiento dado a los detenidos y...
  • Trudy Rubin: Mr. Obama, time to face international realities

    Dear President Obama: Last week, you were super-busy in Europe, warning Vladimir Putin not to invade eastern Ukraine. Meanwhile, Moscow's takeover of Crimea is a done deal, and there's even more worrying stuff going on elsewhere. Your CIA chief, John...
  • Obama's proposal on NSA phone records draws support

    WASHINGTON — President Obama’s proposal to balance national security and privacy concerns by stopping the government from storing records of millions of phone calls from the U.S. — on condition the data remain accessible from the...
  • Release of Jonathan Pollard once again appears under debate

    WASHINGTON -- The Obama administration appears to have begun considering the early release of Jonathan Pollard, an American serving a life sentence for spying for Israel, as it tries to nudge the Middle East peace process forward. On Monday, U.S....
  • Mark Whicker: Winners and loser in the Madness

    A sporting event, like everything else, is much better when it's felt, not thought. When all the analysis crumbles like a house of cards and all the feelings burst through the pores at the 3-point line as the clock races down, you know you're at the NCAA...
  • Reforming the NSA [Letter]

    Reforming the NSA [Letter]
    The implications of your editorial on proposed reforms to the National Security Agency are scurrilous and highly offensive ("Who will watch the watchers?" March 25). Since its inception in 1952, the NSA has possessed a highly moral, patriotic...
  • U.S. Increases Covert Aid In Syria

    The Obama administration, stung by reversals in Ukraine and Syria, appears to have decided to expand its covert program of training and assistance for the Syrian opposition, deepening U.S. involvement in that brutal and stalemated civil war. The White...
  • Motorola spreads its money and influence far and wide

    WASHINGTON Motorola executives don't talk much about their efforts to win friends in high places, but a trail of public records provides the outlines of the company's attempts to cultivate loyalty and befriend key government decision-makers. The firm has...